When You Own a Lamborghini Aventador Why Not Make It a Mini Sidekick

When you own a Lamborghini Aventador, that in itself is reason enough to be proud. Often times, however, supercar owners find themselves in need of some other motorized sidekick contraption for their cars. AMERiders gives you the story.

One German Aventador owner thought there must have been something missing from his garage, maybe that should also be its sidekick sort of. So he turned to custom German bike builder Thunderbike for help.

The German shop started out in the 1980s as a repair place for Japanese motorcycles, but a few decades later found themselves to be quite good at either customizing Harleys or building their own custom frames with Harley engineering inside. The Black Star 110 and the RS Lambo are perfect examples of their prowess in both fields.

For this Aventador mentioned above, they came up with a design called Outerlimit. Finished in 2016, it was specced as “super sporty appearance, neat pressure in the engine, big wheels and powerful brakes.”

The custom frame of the bike was gifted with a Harley-Davidson twin-cam 120R engine linked to a 6-speed manual transmission, which gives the bike a power output of 140 ps and 190 Nm of torque. Not quite Aventador levels, but for a motorcycle, it’s not half bad.

The performance of the bike was not necessarily the main goal of the build, but the appearance of it was. As per customer specification, the Outerlimit had to exactly match the colors of the supercar, and that task seems to have been met nicely: both the design and the paint job that cover the various portions of the motorcycle’s body replicate the black and white panels seen on the Aventador body and roof. Basically it is a mini-Aventador

We didn’t find out how much Outerlimit cost to make, but the result must have definitely pleased the man who commissioned it. I know it would have me.

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